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UPDATED: Nov 10, 2020

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Yes, of course just like you can drop them after the policy has expired. However, there are certain rules about dropping and coverage that the insurance company must follow. There is also a legal procedure for dropping you.

• If you provide false information, you can be dropped
• If you fail to pay the monthly premium and you have arrears, you can be dropped
• If your credit rating drop significantly from the time the policy began
• Certain violations like multiple DUIs

You will be notified in writing and given a period to fix the problem. Once this period has expired, the insurance company is within its rights to cancel the policy and inform.

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